US Biathlon

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Bay Nordic Ski Club

Blackhawk Ski Club

The biathlon program at Blackhawk Ski Club gives club members the opportunity to participate in winter biathlon which combines cross country skiing and target shooting. Participants in the past have included novices with no prior experience to experienced biathletes looking for a place to practice and race. The Blackhawk biathlon area is open to members that are participating in club practices, involved in an introduction to biathlon program or have previous biathlon experience. Blackhawk has a lighted 8pt shooting area that is connected to a Nordic trail system complete with a large loop of man-made snow. Our snow making capabilities along with area lighting makes Blackhawk a great place to train and compete regardless of weather conditions. Club members interested in use of the 50 meter shooting area need prior biathlon safety certification or be involved in an organized club biathlon activity. The biathlon area also includes a set up for air rifles at a shooting distance of 10 meters. During the year the opportunity to learn about and participate in biathlon will available to Blackhawk members including those enrolled in the Middle School and High School Nordic programs. If you are interested in helping with the biathlon activities, construction and maintenance of the shooting area and trails, or you want to try biathlon, contact


Wisconsin Biathlon Association

The Wisconsin Biathlon Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating, promoting, and expanding the participation in biathlon, the Winter Olympic sport combining cross-country skiing and rifle marksmanship. Individuals of all ages and abilities are invited to participate become involved in this fun and challenging sport. The Wisconsin Biathlon Association is a member club of the United States Biathlon Association (USBA), the national governing body of the sport in the US. We also follow the established rules and guidelines set forth by the International Biathlon Union (IBU). There are currently two regulation biathlon venues in the state of Wisconsin - at the McMiller Sports Center in Eagle (Southeastern Wisconsin) and at the Blackhawk Ski Club in Middleton (near Madison). Looking towards the future, we encourage other ski clubs to get involved by creating a biathlon venue in your area.